Lotto winner Gillian gives birth to lockdown baby at the age of 48 

Lottery jackpot winner Gillian Bayford has given birth to a lockdown baby at the age of 48.

The Scot who scooped £148 million in 2012 said she was shocked when she first found out that she was pregnant with daughter Emilie, who is now six months.

Ms Bayford told: ‘It was a bit of a shock at first.

Because I’m older, people said to me “are you mad?” But I’d always wanted another baby.

‘So after a little bit I thought “I better get on with this then”. It’s really enjoyable being an older mum. It is like riding a bike, you don’t forget.’ 

Bayford outside Dundee Sheriff Court in 2020 after an ex-boyfriend accused her of assaulting him

Bayford outside Dundee Sheriff Court in 2020 after an ex-boyfriend accused her of assaulting him

Ms Bayford shared the huge Euromillions winnings with her then-husband Adrian in 2012, with whom she shares two children, aged 15 and 13

Ms Bayford shared the huge Euromillions winnings with her then-husband Adrian in 2012, with whom she shares two children, aged 15 and 13

Ms Bayford shared the huge Euromillions winnings with her then-husband Adrian in 2012, with whom she shares two children, aged 15 and 13 (pictured: outside Dundee Sheriff Court in 2020 after an ex-boyfriend accused her of assaulting him, left; and with ex-husband Adrian, right)

Ms Bayford shared the huge Euromillions winnings with her then-husband Adrian, with whom she shares two children, aged 15 and 13. 

But they split only 15 months later, blaming the stress of handling their newfound wealth for the end of their nine-year marriage. 

After they divorced Ms Bayford moved back to Scotland and married father-of-one Brian Deans, 40, in 2018. 

Her plans to start a family with Mr Deans were put on hold last year when a former boyfriend, Gavin Innes, accused her of beating him while they were together.

She was convicted of a breach of the peace and was admonished – meaning she was able to go free with a warning from the judge. 

Speaking of her new baby Emilie, Ms Bayford told The Sun: ‘As far as she is concerned I’m not a lottery winner, I’m just Mum.

‘Some things are easier because of the money but it doesn’t really change anything.

You still have to change a nappy or deal with her being sick on you regardless of how much you’re worth.’ 

Ms Bayford, who runs a property business near her home in Dundee, insisted that baby Emilie won’t be spoilt despite the family’s vast wealth.

‘She’s not dressed in designer clothes.

She’s not got anything different to her brother and sister,’ she told The Sun.

‘They all need to know the value of money.’  

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